Enjoy a redwood forest at the Grizzly Creek Redwoods State Park. At this magnificent park, you can camp with your pup at one of their rustic 30 campsites. At this campground, you need to bring your own tent, RV, and any camping equipment you might need. The map clearly designates where you can find showers, drinking water, and bathrooms.
Some favorite camping activities you can do are gather your friends, including your furry friend, around a campfire at your site. Use only the stoves or fire rings provided by the campground for your fire. Grizzly Creek Redwoods is a beautiful park and has many things to do.
You can enjoy a picnic outside with your family and pup. Whatever leisurely activity you choose to do, make sure your pup is always on a leash that is not longer than six feet long. When the campfire goes out and everyone is ready for bed, make sure your pup is snuggled in a tent or your RV with you because your pup cannot be left outside.
You can book campsites up to six months in advance and some sites are ADA accessible. There are paved trails around the campground and you can even bike ride on them. If your pooch comes camping with you, it's always a good idea to make sure your furry friend is up to date on his vaccinations.
Your pup should also be able to respond to your call and shouldn't be aggressive. When packing all your gear, keep in mind the carry-in, carry-out policy many campgrounds have. Pack enough plastic doggie poop bags to clean up after Fluffy while visiting Grizzly Creek Redwoods State Park.
You'll want to pick up after him rather quickly; otherwise, if you're walking and not looking down, you may get a foot full of something unpleasant. While the Grizzly Creek Redwoods State Park offers five miles of trails, dogs are not allowed on them, unless they are service dogs.